All Customers:

  • Implemented fix where active/inactive status on Document Type drop-down was not being honored.

  • In earlier versions of Caseload Explorer, users could record an email address for an offender. With this update, multiple email addresses can be kept.

  • Officer Signature now has the ability to capture your signature using any touchscreen enabled device, a mouse or a topaz signature pad. Only the current logged in user has ability to view saved and/or sign from Signature link on the officer overview. The Signature link will be disabled on all other officers’ overviews. The intent is that only authenticated user has the ability to view and capture a signature for that user. Officers will not be able to see other officer signatures on file or capture a signature from their Overview.

  • Ability to prevent future CX upgrades from overwriting a customer’s configuration. NOTE: Changes made by a customer via the System Administrator module will be preserved going forward when there is an upgrade to CX. However, changes a customer makes directly in the database will NOT be preserved.

  • Addition of 5 new Address Types: Homeless, Absconded, Incarcerated, Committed and Unknown. Note: Incarcerated will not display for NY counties. To see a full description of these changes, click here.

  • AutoMon has implemented a “Sync Errors” tree node in Caseload Explorer v6.1.1 to expose sync errors by module and allow the customer to review and revise the data so it can be transmitted successfully to the Ce Connect modules. To see a full description of these changes, click here.

New York Customers:

  • This version of Caseload Explorer includes a new set of features that allow users to collect the data for, and generate the New York State Sex Offender Registry Change of Address (SORCOA) form as well as automatic submission of these forms to the New York State repository. To see a full description of these changes, click here.

  • This version of Caseload Explorer includes a new set of features to automate the capture and notification to DCJS regarding Intake JD Cases pursuant to Family Courts Act Section 306.1. To see a full description of these changes, click here.

  • The Custody Status field is shown on the Overview page, as in the screenshot here. The value is determined in the view NewYork.AdultBasic info and is determined by the first statement below that is true:

    If there is an active Commitment event, then ‘Committed’
    If there is an active Deportation event, then ‘Deported’
    If there is an active Commitment event, then ‘Warrant’
    If there are any open cases, then ‘Field Supervision’
    Else ‘No Open Cases’

California Customers:

  • Implemented changes to all CA counties regarding Juvenile History report and Sealing: For a sealed client record, a blank Juvenile History report will be generated. If only a charge or case is sealed, the Juvenile History report will not show sealed charges or cases.